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  • Mr. Yan was a teenager from China studying in the United States when he started feeling weak, uncomfortable and feverish. When his fever wouldn’t go away, he went to the hospital for a checkup. It was there that he was diagnosed with lymphoma — a type of blood cancer.  

Eric Kohler, an oncologist at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, successfully treated the young man. Mr. Yan is now cancer-free and pursuing his dream of attending college in the U.S.  

To learn more about our services for international patients, please visit http://bit.ly/2zB6oFR or call +1-410-502-7683.

      

  • Although bariatric surgery is highly effective in helping patients lose weight and keep it off, not all individuals enjoy equal success. #TomorrowsDiscoveries

      

  • Mission impossible: Kill #cancer cells while sparing healthy ones. That's the goal of cancer treatment. And with recent innovations in #genetherapy, biomedical engineers are doing just that — by programming the cancer cells to self-destruct. #FightCancer

      

  • Parkinson’s-plus Syndromes shorten life span, severely impact quality of life and require well-coordinated care. #TomorrowsDiscoveries

      

  • Annual mammograms are the best tool for early detection of breast cancer. Hear women talk about the importance of breast screening, and what they would tell other women who might be hesitant to schedule a mammogram. 

With many convenient locations in the Baltimore and D.C. areas, Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging makes scheduling your exam easier than ever. To make an appointment, call 443-997-7237. Learn more by visiting http://bit.ly/2zcTk9e. 

Schedule your mammogram today. It could save your life.

      

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  • According to American Cancer Society, 1 in 8 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Join Johns Hopkins experts Susan Harvey, director of breast imaging, Lisa Jacobs, breast surgeon and Michele Manahan, plastic and reconstructive surgeon, on Facebook Live, where they will address the facts about breast cancer on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at 12:30 p.m.

If you have questions for our experts, please comment below and they will do their best to answer all of them live on Tuesday.

      

  • ealth Care in America David Bruce Hellmann, M.D.

      

  • Brain Tumor Treatment - Advances Over 10 Years- Carlos Luceno%27s Story.mp4

      

  • “The history of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, its spirit of innovation, and its focus on the whole person — not just the diagnosis — shaped the doctor I became,” says Johns Hopkins Hospital president Redonda Miller. “These same values continue to influence me in my current role as president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and as I work side by side with our amazing staff to deliver the promise of medicine.” http://bit.ly/2EyiMfw

      

  • TomorrowsDiscoveries- Treating Back Pain - Richard Skolasky%2C M.A.%2C Sc.D.mp4

      

  • TomorrowsDiscoveries - Therapy for Aortic Aneurysms - Dr. Hal Dietz

      

Mr. Yan was a teenager from China studying in the United States when he started feeling weak, uncomfortable and feverish. When his fever wouldn’t go away, he went to the hospital for a checkup. It was there that he was diagnosed with lymphoma — a type of blood cancer. Eric Kohler, an oncologist at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, successfully treated the young man. Mr. Yan is now cancer-free and pursuing his dream of attending college in the U.S. To learn more about our services for international patients, please visit http://bit.ly/2zB6oFR or call +1-410-502-7683.

 

 

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